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, a video security camera in new york where a guy walks off the subway takes three steps turns around pulls a gun out shoots a guy in the stomach. i don't know whether he lived or died. it was over a sporting argument, and that wasn't even a one day story. it was one of the most at sounding things i'd ever seen, so it's not just the gut-wrenching tragedy that we saw at newtown. we have to keep speaking out. it's every time the insanity interrupts our lives and ends lives, and so i'm going to keep talking. i'm -- the people in kentucky, again, every other member of the delegation in kentucky, you mentioned senator mcconnell. every other member of the federal delegation has an a rating from the n.r.a. it's very rare they hear anything different than that. it's incumbent on me as the only person who favors gun regulation in the state of kentucky to speak out to others here the other side of the story and i'm going to keep doing that. >> cenk: so that would appear to be somewhat of a politically courageous move in kentucky. you're in a more progressive district, but it is kentucky. we hear from
, it was so radical that the republicans threw him under the bus. it was defeated in the senate, and "the new york times" said republicans also distanced themselves from mr. bunning. even john cornice said this does not represent the position of the caucus. it is just one senator. just two years ago they're like taking away unemployment, that is radical. we're not with bunning. we're not going to do that. now they're saying to obama if you don't do what we tell you we're going to take away unemployment issues. you don't say how can i help you? you say have at it, hoss, and you lose the next election incredibly badly. it's deeply unpopular and you knew it two years ago. let's bring in keith he willer son, members of the progressive caucus chair in fact, great to have you here, congressman. >> yes, thank you. >> cenk: so let's talk about what progressives can do because it gets disheartening when social security is offered up and they're talking about medicare eligibility age etc. how can they make sure that those things are not part of the deal? >> the first thing we can do is let them know we
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